Iron Bridge Dinner – Part I

In the town of Shelburne Falls,Massachusetts, the Iron Bridge connects to the neighboring town of Buckland across the Deerfield River. Once a year, they close down the bridge, set one continuous table with white linen and china, and serve 400 people elbow-to-elbow. It is a fund raiser for a local athletic association. We were fortunate to get tickets for this year’s dinner and arrived early to make some photos. There images show the set-up. Tomorrow, we can add some more people. Enjoy!

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35 thoughts on “Iron Bridge Dinner – Part I

  1. mickey2travel

    This looks fantastic! I hope you had a great dinner, and they raised a ton on money! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. Jackie Jain

    Wow Chris… This is amazing.. The images are so beautiful.. The table with different colors of flowers looks superb!! Bridge dinner.. Interesting.. Have a good time Chris.. πŸ™‚

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      It was a feast, Wayne. They served family style and had empenadas, salads, roast pork, swordfish tips, curried rice and veggies, apple pie, and fruit tarts. Beer and wine were available at a reasonable cost. I left very full and happy. Cheers !

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  3. SOHEIR

    That is fantastic Chris
    All the shots are beautiful
    It was a great fun
    I liked the colors a lot
    Everything is organized well
    Cheers:-)

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hello Soheir:
      Thank you so much. Yes, the colors were so beautiful. It was such a nice evening. My wife and I had a great time.
      We were very impressed with how organized this was. Secondary school students did most of the work with some adult supervision. Serving 400 people is not easy.
      I hope that you are having a great day.
      Chris

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  4. Alexandra

    ah, there’s my answer from the previous post πŸ™‚
    love the colorful arrangement of the table, everything looks promising for a great dinner party πŸ™‚

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